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Shipping Podcasts allow you to hear the voices of so many different industry specialists, which is important in the global shipping industry. Not only can you access viewpoints both alike and different from your own, but you have knowledge at your fingertips and the ability to learn new things.
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Shipping Podcast - listen to the maritime professionals in the world of shipping The shipping industry is the backbone of international trade, contributing to the globalisation and development of the world, but it's the shipping people who makes the world go around. This is where you meet the maritime professionals, strong characters with an interesting background.
- 156 Lena Gothberg, Host and Producer, Shipping Podcastby Lena Göthberg on 12/02/2021 at 6:00 am
Welcome to a short and sweet solo episode with Lena Gothberg, the Host and Producer of the Shipping Podcast. It's the 156th episode of the Shipping Podcast, and I guide you through the audio jungle of how to listen to a podcast. She recommends the Overcast app but has suggestions to both iOs and Android users. Please sign up for the Shipping Podcast newsletter and help grow the audience. Also, spread the word about the Shipping Podcast to everyone that you meet. I aim for the top-lists, so more people get to hear about the most exciting and fascinating industry! I am @lenagothberg in most online channels; let's start a conversation!
- 155 Guy Platten, Secretary-General, International Chamber of Shipping, ICSby Lena Gothberg on 29/01/2021 at 6:00 am
Meet Guy Platten, Secretary-General, International Chamber of Shipping, ICS, representing 80 pct of the world's merchant fleet. He speaks about the realisations he has had during the last year. What will the new normal look like? What are the most pressing things to solve once we get the vaccine in place? Guy tells me that it is a strategic ambition of ICS to build the maritime industry profile, which of course makes me very happy! We also hear about the crew change crises and why it was hard to bring governments to understand the important role that shipping and seafarers play to keep society going in the pandemic. If you have anything to add to this, please give me a shout-out, I am @lenagothberg in social media, the email address is email@example.com Thank you for listening.
- 154 Reshma Nilofer, Maritime Pilot, Kolkata Port Trust, Indiaby Lena Göthberg on 15/01/2021 at 6:00 am
Welcome to the 154th episode of the Shipping Podcast with Reshma Nilofer, the first female maritime Pilot in India and one of few in the world. Reshma takes us on a journey on how to reach your dream goals. She is a powerful woman and a role model to many. Reshma Nilofer was the first female maritime river pilot, and the current Indian President awarded her with the "Woman Power Award" in 2018. The Woman Power Award is an annual award given by the Ministry of Women and Child Development of India's Government to individual women or institutions that work towards the cause of women empowerment. Don't forget to sign up for the Shipping Podcast News, a bi-weekly newsletter launched on Jan 8, 2021. Scroll down on www.shippingpodcast.com where you find the sign-up. Did you enjoy this episode? Let me know your thoughts. I am @lenagothberg on social media. Thank you for listening.
- 153 Johanna Kull, Loss Prevention Executive, Alandiaby Lena Göthberg on 01/01/2021 at 6:00 am
Happy New Year, we kick off the new year by listening to Johanna Kull, a Loss Prevention Executive at Alandia Insurance Company. She has an impressive background, she has studied Social Science and have an MSc in Psychology, and by that, she is probably somewhat unique. You can find more information about the Alandia Loss Prevention department on their new website if you are interested in finding out more. We talk about what it contains to work with Loss Prevention, and Johanna gives her perspective as a young professional entering a new world. Johanna refers to a previous episode with Cecilia Osterman, which you can listen to here. We are also discussing the difference between autonomous ships and unmanned ships. I refer to a scale for autonomy for vehicles. Here is the link to Wikipedia, where you can read more about the different stages of autonomy. Thank you for listening to the Shipping Podcast. I wish you all the best for the new year!
- 152 Stuart Ostrow - President ShipMoneyby Lena Gothberg on 18/12/2020 at 6:00 am
Stuart Ostrow is the President of ShipMoney, and he is the guest in episode 152 of the Shipping Podcast. Stuart is an entrepreneur who entered the maritime domain 15 years ago. He tells the story of ShipMoney and how he realised the importance of a virtual debit card for seafarers and what a difference it makes to offer online payments both for employers and the seagoing personnel. Stuart highlights the importance of the seafarers and their current situation, not to forget the ones still at home unable to work since they cannot travel to the ship. The ICS Campaign Seafarers Delivering Christmas, #SeafarersDeliveringChristmas has a website where you can see how to support the seafarers, here is the link https://www.ics-shipping.org/news-item/help-us-support-seafarersdeliveringchristmas/ If you are a seafarer and is willing to speak about the Crew Change situation, please drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org I will be working on this during the holiday season, so please reach out. You will need good connectivity to connect via Zoom, either through the mobile app or on your computer, a headset and a quiet space. I promise you that you can be anonymous if you want. Thank you for listening! Merry Christmas! Lena